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Friday, February 22, 2013

A quick crochet update.

Jeg har kommet i gang med hekleprosjektet av bomullsgarnet fra Sverige, og jeg tenkte å vise begynnelsen, så skal jeg vise det senere igjen når det er helt ferdig (det kan bli en stund til...).
To nøster er så langt heklet opp og jeg har begynt på det tredje. Det går ganske raskt unna, men nå har jeg tenkt å stoppe opp og feste tråder før jeg fortsetter.
Jeg hekler ensfargede ruter med sirkel i midten.


I have made a start on my crochet project from the cotton yarn I got in Sweden, and I thought I would show  the start here. Then I will post more about it later once it's finished (that might take a while...).
Two balls of yarn are spent so far, and I have started on the third. It it going along quickly, but I am going to stop now to weave in all loose threads before I carry on.
I am crocheting squares with a circular centre in single colours.




Og mer hekling:
I dag fikk jeg dette utklippet av moren min, hun hadde tatt vare på det til meg fra et ukeblad.


And a little more more crochet:
Today my mother gave me a cutting from a magazine. She had saved it for me thinking I would be interested in it.



Det er oppskrifter på heklede grytekluter i litt retro stil, og de var fine :)
To av oppskriftene er på runde grytekluter, som jeg liker så godt.


These are patterns for retro style crochet pot holders, and they are really sweet :)
Two of the patterns are for circular pot holders, something which I like very much.



Jeg synes mange ganger det er vanskelig å hekle etter oppskrift, men etter å ha lest gjennom tror jeg at jeg skal klare å hekle disse. Så dette kommer til å bli et lite hekleprosjekt ved siden av det andre.
Jeg måtte prøve å hekle rosetten til det ene gryteklut-paret med en gang.

I tillegg har jeg begynt å hekle litt påskepynt som forhåpentligvis skal bli ferdig til påske...


I sometimes find it a bit difficult to crochet after a written pattern, but after reading through I think I am going to manage these ones. This will be a little crochet project on the side of the first one.
I immediately had to try out crocheting the flower for the first pair of pot holders.

I am also crocheting some small decorations for Easter/spring, that hopefully will be finished in time for Easter...

8 comments:

Mia said...

Ser fint ut, gamla grytlappar är alltså moderna igen, så kul :)

September Violets said...

I like the shades of your crochet cotton even more done up in the squares ... especially the dark plum colour :) The pot holders are cute too ... love that swirly pattern! You've got a lot of work ahead of you Hilde. Have a great weekend. Wendy

Hanne Bente said...

Hej Hilde
Flotte firkanter du har hæklet, sikke langt du er kommet.
Ønsker dig en god week-end:) Knus Hanne Bente

Yael said...

Hello Hilde,
I love the colors of your new squares, I am sure something very pretty will be made of them!
Happy weekend! :-)

Elisabeth said...

Lovely squares! The yarn you have chosen is very pretty. It's great that your mum kept crochet magazine cuttings for you - mine does the same for me :) Elisabeth x

Anne said...

They are very pretty Hilde .

Hilde said...

Thanks you all :)

Kristín Hrund said...

I really like the colors of your circles-in-a-squares :-) So pretty.

You are really lucky to have such a thoughtful mother - those vintage pot holders are really pretty!

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